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Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court was approved on an 11-10 party-line vote Friday in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Yet his confirmation is not assured.

Sen. Jeff Flake, Republican of Arizona, has demanded and gotten as the price of his vote on the floor, a weeklong delay. And the GOP Senate has agreed to Democrat demands for a new FBI investigation of all credible charges of sexual abuse against the judge.

Astonishing. With a quarter century in public service, Kavanaugh has undergone six FBI field investigations. They turned up nothing like the charges of sexual misconduct leveled against him these last two weeks.

In his 30 hours of public testimony before the judiciary committee prior to Thursday, no senator had raised an issue of a sexual misconduct.

But if Brett Kavanaugh is elevated to the Supreme Court, it will be because, in his final appearance, he tore up the script assigned to him. He set aside his judicial demeanor to fight for his good name with the passion and righteous rage of the innocent and good man he believes himself to be.

He turned an inquisition into his character and conduct as a teenager into a blazing indictment of the Democratic minority for what they were doing to his reputation and his family.

Rather than play the role of penitent, Kavanaugh did what Clarence Thomas did 30 years before. He attacked the character, conduct and motives of his Democratic accusers.

And did the judge not speak the truth? With few exceptions, all four dozen Senate Democrats are determined to defeat him, even if that requires them to destroy him.

They rejected Brett Kavanaugh the day he was nominated.

Why? Because the judge is a conservative and a Catholic, hence an unreliable vote to sustain Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that discovered hidden in the Constitution a woman’s right to abort her unborn child.

The verdict on the judge came down in the hearts and minds of his enemies the moment that he was named. They had him convicted, before they met him. And once his fate was decided, the only remaining issues were where to find the dirt to bury him with, and how to make it look like they had given Kavanaugh a fair hearing.

Contrast how Kavanaugh, who has served his country with distinction for decades, was treated Thursday, and how Dr. Christine Blasey Ford was treated.

Ford was greeted with courtly courtesy by Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley. No Republican senator asked her a question. Rachel Mitchell, a prosecutor of sex crimes brought in from Arizona, quizzed her as though she were a 15-year-old girl who had just been attacked, not a 51-year-old woman whose uncorroborated accusations were designed not only to defeat a Supreme Court nomination but to destroy the career, family and future of a federal judge.

After each five-minutes of polite questioning by Mitchell, Democratic senators took turns lauding Ford’s courage, bravery and heroism in agreeing to appear.

Ford’s testimony as to what she says happened in 1982 did seem credible and compelling. Yet, to allow her accusation of attempted rape to stand without tough and thorough cross-examination, given the stakes involved, was a dereliction of Senate duty.

Consider. Ford does not recall how she got to the party where the alleged assault took place. She does not know where the party was held. She does now recall how she got home.


None of the other four she said were at the party recall being there. Her best friend, whom she apparently left behind as the lone woman in a house with a pair of drunken rapists, does not recall any such party. Nor does she recall ever having met Kavanaugh.

Consider the other charges leveled against Kavanaugh in the last two weeks: Exposing himself in the face of a freshman girl in a dorm at Yale. Participating in a series of at least 10 parties in high school where planned gang rapes of drunken and drugged women were a regular feature, with the boys lining up outside bedrooms.

In six FBI background investigations of Kavanaugh, interviewing countless friends and contemporaries from high school days, none of this wild and criminal misconduct of the early ’80s was mentioned.

“This is the most unethical sham since I’ve been in politics,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham, “I hope that the American people will see through this charade.”

They had best do so. For what is being done to Kavanaugh is, if Democrats take control of Congress in November, a harbinger of what is to come. The assault on Kavanaugh, converting a man known for his integrity into a youthful Jack the Ripper in 10 days, is the playbook for what is planned for Trump.

The Kavanaugh lynching is a dress rehearsal for the impeachment of Donald Trump. And the best way to fight impeachment is the way the judge fought Thursday.

In defending yourself, go after your malevolent accusers as well.

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of a new book, “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.”

Copyright 2018

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  1. Wilson says:

    “Ford’s testimony as to what she says happened in 1982 did seem credible and compelling….She does not know where the party was held…None of the other four she said were at the party recall being there”

    What is “credible” about that? Most alien abduction claims have more details, which raises the question of whether Kavanaugh can prove he is not from another planet.

    • Replies: @Da Wei
  2. Liza says:

    Good article. Here is my less than intellectual take on things. Tell me if I’ve got this right.

    A 17 year old high school boy gets drunk with his friends at a party where one girl, age 15, is in attendance. He makes the first few moves in a standard-issue attempt to give her the business but she escapes into a bathroom and then makes her way home. She doesn’t even tell her parents, because, at the time, she was smart enough to know she’d get royal hell for being at an all-boys, unsupervised, pissup. No bruises, no injuries.

    30 years later, she recalls all these things that happened at the party (“recovered memories”) but takes no particular action. 6 years after that, she does her “civic duty” by informing the whole world her sordid story, these events having ruined her life even unto this day, yea, verily I say unto you. Amerikwa goes ape shit, an utter shitstorm ensues.

    Er…that’s it. Or maybe not. One, maybe two, impeachment attempts will ensure. You can bet on it.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  3. Rurik says:

    Aren’t you a man, Pat Buchannan?

    Indeed, aren’t you a white! man? (with some German ancestry?!)

    In fact, aren’t you a white, Republican!, conservative!, practicing Catholic!! man?!?!

    And you would sit there and presume to judge a woman?!


    From the persecution of the Jews for 2000 centuries! (yea, I know ; )

    To the genocide of the Injuns!

    To the slavery of the blacks that continues to this day!!!!




    I don’t think this farce is even due to Roe, rather I suspect it’s due to fear over the racial spoils system of Affirmative Action, which Kavanagh would probably go along with, being as he was a Bush apparatchik.

    In fact I suspect that most of this hysteria and histrionics are theater, since there isn’t a hurricane or other distraction at the moment to peddle advertising, and so they’re milking what they’ve got.

    There doesn’t seem to be a nickels bit of difference between ‘different’ sides when it comes to anything of actual consequence, like the legality and Constitutionality (or even morality) of wars based on lies (or torture camps or foreign control of our foreign policy or a thousand other treasons). Of which Kavanagh seems perfectly sanguine about with his silence.


    • Agree: Liza, RVBlake
    • Replies: @anonymous
  4. KenH says:

    Catholics like Buchanan and others think every political issue has Roe v. Wade overtones. This goes far beyond that and a Kavanaugh confirmation means that the (((radical left’s))) attempt to circumscribe the 1st amendment and interpret the second amendment out of existence using the SCOTUS is impossible for at least the next 15-20 years.

    The left/Democrats are about achieving total power at any cost and they don’t care whose lives they destroy in the process. Since 2016 the (((American left))) and the Democrat party, arguably before, have finally let the mask fall and reveal themselves as anti-American, white race hating neo-Bolsheviks and as such need to be utterly annihilated.

    • Replies: @jack daniels
  5. One more week of delay gives the party that counts among its supporters the best graphic artists and sound engineers in America plenty of time to produce hard evidence.

  6. The incomparably corrupt Lindsay Graham actually said something sensible? Be still my heart!

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @Realist
  7. anon[694] • Disclaimer says:

    I honestly don’t know what the hell Trump was thinking, buying into this FBI con. Ford’s lawyer is already whining saying there shouldn’t be an ‘artificial’ time limit set for the FBI. One look at Michael Bromwich and you know he’s the worst specimen of a shyster Jewish lawyer that makes everyone hhhhate lawyers.

    Trump is kidding himself if he thinks FBI will finish things up in a week. This is the same agency that gave us Mueller, Comey, McCabe, Ohr, Strzok, Page, the FISA warrants and the Steele Dossier, corrupt to the core and run by Deep State.

    The man of God swore to God and the whole country that he did not do this, how much more do you want from him? If we can’t trust this man what else can we trust in this country?

    GOP really is the stupid party. Chuck Grassley is an old fool. Flake just needs to go ESAD.

    • Agree: Realist
  8. Do photos of Hillary Clinton and Ford’s attorney raise suspinions ?? @ 2:45 minutes..

  9. anonymous[381] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fidelios Automata

    I’m ready for Trump to disband Congress, declare martial law and himself Emperor.

    Precept 50. A democracy is always followed by a strongman… some call him dictator. It is the only way to restore order out of the chaos caused by a democracy. Pick your strongman wisely! He must be a guardian in his heart. He must be one who has shown that his only purpose in life is the preservation of the folk. His ultimate aim must be to restore the rule of Law based on the perfect Laws of Nature. Do not choose him by his words. Choose one who has sacrificed all in the face of tyranny; choose one who has endured and persevered. This is the only reliable evidence of his worthiness and motives.

    David Lane
    88 Precepts

    Anybody better than Trump to do it?

    • Replies: @anonymous
  10. It’s over for Kavanaugh. There will be new accusers every day. Figures it would be Arizona. How is it good for Flake being the guy that sunk Kavanaugh?

    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
  11. anon[161] • Disclaimer says:

    “Cadres decide all”, said Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin and Donald Trump have no cadres.
    There is Donald Trump, but there are no Trumpists. This is why all the talk about “draining the swamp” was a delusion from the beginning – even if he purged all the “deep state swamp creatures” there is no one to replace them with.

  12. Realist says:

    Sen. Jeff Flake, Republican of Arizona, has demanded and gotten as the price of his vote on the floor, a weeklong delay. And the GOP Senate has agreed to Democrat demands for a new FBI investigation of all credible charges of sexual abuse against the judge.

    Oh that’s newsy. The Republicans always bend over…forward…. to accommodate the left.

  13. Realist says:
    @Fidelios Automata

    Graham agreed with the FBI investigation, extension and he is still a god damn warmonger.

  14. anonymous[318] • Disclaimer says:

    Lane was born as the third of four siblings in Woden, Iowa; he had a brother and two sisters. His father was an alcoholic migrant worker who was physically abusive towards his wife and children. Lane would later claim that his father forced his mother to engage in prostitution so he could obtain “booze money”, and that his older brother was rendered with permanent deafness as a result of a “beating gone awry”.[5] When Lane was four years old, his father abandoned his family.

    Behold the superior genes of the Pure Aryan Master Race.

    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
  15. Da Wei says: • Website

    Amen. That charade brought to mind Rex Harrison singing, “If I Could Talk to the Animals.”

    The burden of proof is on the accusers, hysterical harpies and flat out bitches, to prove they’re not from Animal Planet. (Harris: “Yes or no, judge, yes or no!” That shrew has a brain like a toggle switch.)

    As for Ford’s testimony being “credible and compelling”, he saw something I missed.

    Sniffling, hesitant uptalk that made every accusation sound like a question turned from disgusting to amusing when she brought up her neurotransmitters doin’ their thing right in her hippocampus. Was that supposed to make her sound smart? Hippocampus? Sounded to me like more from Animal Planet. Was anyone not disgusted by that pretentious crap about how young Brent violated her hippocampus?

    You’re on to something, Wilson. Maybe Kavanaugh is from another planet, a civil one.

    • Replies: @SafeNow
  16. @anonymous

    And Karl Marx was an alcoholic layabout who beat his wife, then got his housekeeper pregnant and threw her out on the street when he found out. So much for the superior genes of “God’s Chosen People”

    I’ve never heard of David Lane but a lot of political extremists are assholes.

    • Replies: @Liza
    , @Rosamond Vincy
  17. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:

    I share your cynicism.

    Like the “federal” elections held every November in even-numbered years and the 5-4 decrees of the Court, aren’t these nailbiting confirmation hearings part of the show that keeps people gulled into accepting that so many things in life are to be run by people in Washington?

    I’m still inclined to the notion that the Constitution was intended, at least by some of its authors and supporters, to create a limited national government. But even by the time of Marbury, those entrusted with the powers have arrogated the authority to redefine them. In my lifetime, the Court exists to deal with hot potato social issues in lieu of the invertebrate Congress, to forebear (along with the invertebrate Congress) the warmongering and other “foreign policy” waged under auspices of the President, and to dignify the Establishment’s shepherding and fleecing of the people.

    Why should a robed, unelected politician be redefining marriage? Entrusted to enforce the Constitutional limitations on the others? Sure, questions like these are posed from time to time in a dissenting Justice’s opinion, but that ends the discussion other than in the context of replacing old Justice X with middle-aged Justice Y, as exemplified in the cliche’ soundings of the alarm from Mr. Buchanan, who in this column is keeping the boil on by fear-stoking those who remain fooled by the Swamp Drainer.

    Before investing much in the critical importance of a Justice Kavanaugh, think back on Justice Roberts and his vote to sustain the Affordable Care Act. Or reflect on how the Court has declined to vindicate free speech when presented with challenges to the Patriot Act, etc.

    Likewise with the prospect of impeachment. At this point, what difference does it make to the Yemeni children on the school busses?

    Puppet show.

    • Replies: @Liza
    , @Joe Levantine
  18. @WorkingClass

    Exactly. The Democrats will use this week to “find” or create five hundred new women who were “raped” by Kavanaugh.

    Flake is a traitor who backstabbed his own team, not just his party, but his *race and sex as well. In a nation of men he would fear for his life every time he left his house. What’s wrong with Arizona? First McCain and now him. I thought New Mexico was supposed to be the flaky (no pun intended) one.

    *unless he’s a Jew in which case he scored one for his team.

    • Replies: @amen
  19. Liza says:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    Re Karl Marx. That’s nothing. Try reading The Psychotic Left by Kerry Bolton. Full o’ laughs (sort of).

    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
  20. Can’t remember who stated this, but it is very telling. “In the future the Soviet Union will become like the United States and the United States will become like the Soviet Union.” NeoBolsheviks should be used to describe those who now run the Democrat party.

  21. Liza says:

    Or reflect on how the Court has declined to vindicate free speech when presented with challenges to the Patriot Act, etc.

    The Patriot Act that was much supported if not co-invented by Kavanaugh himself.

    Amerikwa is rotting, with all the bad smells inherent. Time to let it compost once and for all. Some lovely growth will eventually come out of the pile. The best, largest, hardiest vegetables and flowers I have ever grown came out of the piles of kitchen and garden waste I threw along the back fence. I don’t even have to baby the piles like some folks do, with all that turning with a fork, etc. and other hard work.

    Invertebrate Congress – LOL.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  22. anonymous[135] • Disclaimer says:

    Graham has been slipping. He is trying to redeem himself by acting Tough Guy again. Entirely phony.

  23. bjondo says:

    flake needs to act important on his way out the door to sell pomade.

    • LOL: Liza
  24. MarkinLA says:

    Technology was always going to be misused by any government and no Constitution was going to matter. The problem is finding somebody who is cruising up the government career path willing to commit career suicide and that government doing something. I think we already have some people who have tried that, one is in Moscow right now. Do you really think that if it wasn’t Kavanaugh it wouldn’t have been someone else? Remember the mini-controversy during the GWB era when that 40 page legalese drivel about how to get around the 4th amendment was leaked?

    Would it have really mattered if instead it was simply one blank sheet of paper as a justification for the government to go around the 4th amendment? The government was going to do what it was going to do and there was an army of people willing to ignore the Constitution for that promotion.

  25. @Liza

    I’ll bet. I’m sure old Karl was just the tip of the (((iceberg))).

    Thanks for the rec. It’s just too bad I can all but guarantee that my local library won’t carry it (though they probably have thousands of books about the psychosis of the right) or I’d look for it.

  26. Given the events of the last almost two years driven mostly by the incredible derangement of the Left…I FEAR FOR THE COUNTRY I LOVE!!!!!!!!!!!

    I’m not sure they understand that nitroglycerine with which they’re playing. Pushed hard enough, the Right will respond.

    It will be a disaster for our country.

  27. PS says:

    A younger Dr. Ford with George Soros
    Figure it out

  28. El Dato says:

    Er…that’s it. Or maybe not. One, maybe two, impeachment attempts will ensure. You can bet on it.

    There will be blood. Can’t you smell it?

    Hollywood bimbos will get into trouble. Conservatives will be attacked in streets. Some light gunning-down of Republicans has already been attempted. There will be more. From both sides. There will be repeats of Rosa Luxembourg trash removal, etc. This hasn’t even begun.

    • Replies: @Liza
  29. Liza says:
    @El Dato

    Goodness gracious – the reverberations from these “hearings” hasn’t even started. This is just the prelude to the overture. Batten down the hatches, kids.

  30. densa says:

    Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) on Wednesday announced that he’s seeking an injunction in federal court designed to stop a final vote on Brett Kavanaugh, asserting an obstruction of his constitutional duty to advise and consent on nominees.

    This will be the next phase of culture wars. The Democrats are taking ‘advice and consent’ to a whole new level, likely aided by SJW judges.

    And the GOP Senate has agreed to Democrat demands for a new FBI investigation of all credible charges of sexual abuse against the judge.

    This circus is just getting started. Even Trump didn’t quibble about having the FBI, the people he said were out to get him, help shoot down his nominee for the Court.

    As someone else here pointed out, we haven’t had any public discussion of Kavanaugh’s merits. The inception of Ford’s alleged victimhood has turned advice and consent into a national therapy session or Jerry Springer episode. The tactical timing destroys any legitimate claim of victimhood. I don’t know if Kavanaugh is a good choice, but I do know the Democrats are plunging the country into madness.

    • Replies: @densa
  31. densa says:

    Damn autocorrect. I said insertion, not inception.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  32. Anonymous [AKA "Frank Smith"] says:

    Ah, inception, great movie!

  33. Anonymous [AKA "Claudius Romero"] says:

    The Repulicans are a bunch of pu**ies sucking progressive Democratic d*ck. They have no backbone to stand up to the progressives.

    • Agree: Liza
  34. @anonymous

    “I’m still inclined to the notion that the Constitution was intended, at least by some of its authors and supporters, to create a limited national government”

    One very good history book about the American revolution and the American Constitution is ” Rulers of Evil” by F. Tupper Saussy. It will dissipate the reader’s mind from any illusions that were drilled into pupil’s heads about those defining events. Basically all the main protagonists of the era such as George Washington and Benjamin Franklin were the tools while the puppets masters were none other than Roman Catholic Churchianity ( as opposed to Roman Christianity). That the United States has mutated from a a union of truly sovereign states to the beastly dictatorial nightmare under the auspices of the Federal Goverment is IMHO exactly what the initiators of the War of Independence had in mind.
    How many people in the U S are aware that the name of Washington D.C. was Rome before the war of independence or of such powerful names such as the Carrols family or Lorenzo Ricci?

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  35. TG says:

    I don’t really think this is a dress rehearsal for impeachment. This is simply a political weapon designed to beat down Mr. Trump and stop him from enacting the populist platform he ran on. So far it’s working. All that talk about an American first foreign policy, about reigning in the monopoly prices of big pharma etc, gone.

    The only thing that Trump is still doing that the elites don’t want is trying – however erratically – to enforce the laws against illegal immigration. That is why Kavanaugh has been targeted for political assassination, not abortion.

    So if Trump fires Sessions, and replaces him and Kavanaugh with open-borders Koch Brothers acolytes, there would be no reason to impeach Trump. Oh they will still attack him, but that will be pure political theater, to mobilize the Democrats to vote against Trump, and to mobilize the Republicans to vote for Trump because the Democrats are voting for him… and none of it will mean a thing, and our oligarchs will chuckle to themselves over a glass of champagne.

  36. @KenH

    I agree that the other things you mention are also on the table but abortion is the most hot-button issue in American politics, the one that cuts the most deeply. It’s hard to imagine a serious assault on the first or second amendments co-existing with the victory of the pro-life position, which is not to deny the existence of pro-lifers who would stupidly go along with the left on the other things.

    Abortion ties in to the cluster of issues relating to the preservation of the family and traditional norms according which women are gentle and loving rather than coarsely sexual and hedonistic. The left counts on the RINOs and socially liberal big donors to keep Republican opposition to abortion at the level of empty promises and diversions. Trump ran as a pro-lifer and promised to appoint pro-life justices. While neither Gorsuch nor Kavanaugh is truly reliable on this issue, neither are they reliably pro-choice. They seem to lean pro-life and that is enough to make them extremely dangerous, especially Kavanaugh, who would be the “swing vote.”

    To save Kavanaugh, I fear, it will be necessary to prove Ford is lying. None of the Republicans dare to accuse her of lying, as opposed to misremembering, not even Kavanaugh, but a party as feeble as the GOP cannot afford the luxury of fighting with one hand behind its back. They need to man up and defend the man.

  37. Ford is lying and unless we prove it, we will suffer an enormous defeat needlessly. We need to save Kavanaugh if humanly possible. This is a lifetime appointment for the swing vote.

    To save him we need to prove Ford is lying, which I believe to be the case. The GOP, with its typically lame desire to look good losing, its typical refusal to take the battle seriously, its typical wish to be on both sides at once, its typical short-term thinking, is unwilling to challenge Ford’s claim aggressively.

    Alan Dershowitz, no friend of conservatism, pointed out that Rachel Mitchell’s cross-examination of Ford was awful. To Mitchell’s credit she herself pointed out that the technique of 5 minute snippets (whose idea was that?) is known within the profession they share to be sub-optimal for determining the truth about such allegations.

    It is now up to serious conservatives to take it upon themselves to out Ford as a liar rather than just present her as a “victim — only of the Democrats, rather than Kavanaugh.” That line is a typically lame attempt to have your cake and eat it too. “Ford is truthful (women never lie!) but misremembers.” See what nice, progressive guys we are?

    Kavanaugh’s supporters must take the gloves off and prove Ford is lying. Otherwise he won’t be confirmed. And don’t count on the FBI: they are in league with the devil, so to speak.

    • Agree: buckwheat
  38. Renoman says:

    Pat is the master of brevity, no bullshit here. Thank you.

  39. Nothing in this article corroborates that anything happened to Blasey. I used to teach critical thinking. If I found a student who couldn’t be persuaded that this article had absolutely nothing in it to corroborate that an event even happened I would have to suggest that she did not belong in college.

    • Replies: @The Cleaner
  40. @The Cleaner

    Oops sorry Pat, pasted it into the wrong article. I was referring to one that tried to list corrobated evidence for I don’t know what.

  41. buckwheat says:

    I’ve seen toothless hillbillies claiming they were abducted by space aliens more credible than this woman doing her best to act like a 15 year old halfwit. Anybody that can tell a straight face lie is now credible? But thanks to her I will vote for any democrat when hell freezes over.

  42. Hibernian says:
    @Joe Levantine

    There are Romes in GA and NY. So what’s the punchline?

    • Replies: @Joe Levantine
  43. Virgile says:

    Kavanaugh’s hysterical reaction is not what is expected for a Judge. In front of the emotional display of Dr Ford, Kavanaugh would have better act coldly and replied with logic in his denials. His emotional reaction of a victim, ( tears in the eyes etc..) brings a lot of doubts about his capability to keep cold when attacked. He may be brilliant, but he showed that he is not mature enough for the job..
    This what will make him lose not only the position but his reputation too.
    Even if he is cleared by the FBI, his nomination will affect the GOP in the november elections. Trump will certainly sacrifice Kavanaugh to save the election.

    • Replies: @bj
  44. bj says:

    On the contrary…..Brett Kavanaugh is now qualified to be a judge, after personally experiencing betrayal, ritual defamation, injustice, political corruption, gang rape, and witch burning. I only trust hard men who suffered war. Here comes the Judge!

  45. Liza says:

    Let’s all take a break and rent “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington”!

  46. @Hibernian

    No punchline except to highlight the fact that most of the land of Washington D.C. was owned by powerful Catholic families who played a major role in the American war of independence.

    • Replies: @Liberty Mike
  47. Virgile says:


    Rendering abortion illegal, preventing gay rights, instauring ‘christian moral values’ ?
    Is that what you expect from a man who “suffered ” injustice, diffamation and witch burning.
    Kavanaugh may benefit from the “political corruption” if he is elected and he will represent it best in the Supreme court for decades to come.

  48. @Johnny Smoggins

    Rousseau was a slut puppy who farmed out all his bastards, then wrote about Educational Methods.

    • Agree: Liza
  49. @Joe Levantine

    Proof, please.

    One of the cardinal sins of the alt-right, and others, is the lunatic embracing of the proposition that, somehow, the Catholic Church is to blame when, in point of fact, the colonial / insurrection era swamp was almost exclusively the realm of non-Catholics.

    IOW, the profligate consisted almost entirely of non Irish, non French, and non Italian men of Protestantism or Anglo / Dutch atheists or agnostics. Roman Catholic Irish, Roman Catholic French, and Roman Catholic Italians were not the puppet-masters.

    If White people are to save themselves, they must reject the notion that Anglo Protestants are somehow superior. THAT DOG WILL NOT HUNT.

  50. amen says:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    Flake’s a Mormon, they are all Trump haters and open borderists these days, can’t recruit enough hispanics into the Mormon church — it’s a business, 10% of your income has to go to the church, and they’ll tell these hispanics to go have the “Mormon Minimum”, i.e. at least 4 kids each, because America needs more low IQ people on welfare and more gang-bangers.

    Mormons have gone from being the staunchest conservatives to the biggest traitors.

  51. SafeNow says:
    @Da Wei

    That uptalk, the oversize glasses, the entire demeanor, while ridiculous to us, is infortunately unassailable to the prevailing culture. That deportment is what made her credible. That deportment, together with the fear of restaurant intimidation, may yet land Judge K (who has no beard) in an ankle bracelet.

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